Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Paging Dr. iPhone: A Physician's Digital Reference

Top Tech News"The lead application is for doctors to look up information so they can be up-to-date with the latest [Food & Drug Administration] warnings and new drugs to help them write prescriptions," says Harry Wang, director of health and mobile research at Parks Associates in Dallas. "But in the future you'll see devices like the iPhone be a portal to a lot more medical information like patient records and lab results. They'll eventually be writing prescriptions directly from their phones."

From the article, "Paging Dr. iPhone: A Physician's Digital Reference" by Arik Hesseldahl

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